25 Great Last-Minute Father's Day Gifts

It's not too late to get the father figure in your life a one-of-a-kind gift.

BY Diane Anderson-Minshall

June 13 2013 3:43 PM ET

The Only Map He’ll Read
The awesome Film Map is a litho print by Dorothy, made up entirely of film titles and loosely based on the style of a vintage Los Angeles street map. It features over 900 films and includes such cinema classics as Lost Highway, On the Waterfront, Reservoir Dogs, Carlito’s Way, Jurassic Park, Nightmare on Elm Street, Valley of the Dolls, and Chinatown. It has its own Hollywood Boulevard and red light district and also includes districts dedicated to Hitchcock and cult British horror films. There’s an A-Z key at the base of the map listing all the films featured with release dates and the names of the directors. $50, WeAreDorothy.com/Shop

The Best Bagged Trophy
Say dad’s a hunter and you’re a vegan? Find middle ground with Cardboard Safari’s Bucky, a laser-cut cardboard deer trophy from artists Chris Jessee and Luis Rodrigalvarez. Each trophy is made from recycled cardboard, is nontoxic and environmentally friendly, and didn’t harm any actual wild animals. It comes in native brown or white, and you can also decorate it with paint, glitter, wrapping paper, or other craft materials. $55, CardboardSafari.com

 

Funky Glasses Stash
The older we get, the more glasses we accrue: reading glasses, driving glasses, sunglasses, computer glasses, and so on. Help Dad hip up his clutter with the must-have accessory: the Luneti, a spinnable, sexy storage case that holds up to eight pairs of glasses. The felt-lined dividers are adjustable to fit any kind of eyewear, from large designer sunglasses to reading glasses. $50, RakkuDesigns.com

 

Explore Architecture the Couch Potato Way
You love exploring modern architecture and design, he loves sitting at home watching TV. Take it down to his level. With artist Brandi Robert’s Fantasy Floorplans you can get real blue architectural renderings of TV’s most popular abodes. Want to check out Ted Mosby’s apartment from How I Met Your Mother (shown here) or from Mary Tyler Moore or the groovy '70s ranch home from The Brady Bunch? Prices vary; FantasyFloorplans.com

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